A Guide to Teaching Challenged and Banned Books

This teacher's guide to challenged and banned books features classroom activities and discussion questions about the novels of Chris Crutcher, the First Amendment, freedom of speech, and censorship. This is a perfect lesson-planning resource for Banned Books Week, which occurs during the last week in September.
Updated on: December 17, 2009
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